The list of eight finalists for the North Atlantic Conference’s Man of the Year includes four Maine natives.

Husson University of Bangor’s Stephen Berenyi of Levant, Maine Maritime Academy of Castine’s Chris Gilman from Old Town and Thomas College of Waterville’s Lukas Bohman, who is from Waterville, were all soccer standouts, and Joshua Wynne of Saco and the University of Maine at Farmington excelled in cross-country and outdoor track.

The other finalists were Castleton University soccer player Amir Pasic, Colby-Sawyer cross-country and track star David George Ayotte Jr., Lyndon State cross-country runner Timothy LaRoche and New England College lacrosse player Skyler Saunders.

Berenyi was a three-time All-North Atlantic Conference selection and the tournament Most Valuable Player in 2014. He was a second-teamer twice and a first-teamer pick last season. He also was the Senior Scholar-Athlete Award winner last fall.

Berenyi had 20 goals and 13 assists during his career with nine of those goals being game-winners, including three in each of the past two seasons. The physical therapy major won several academic awards and was named to the President’s List, the Dean’s List and the Honors List at Husson.

Gilman was a two-year captain of the soccer team and was selected the 2015-16 Maine Maritime Male Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year. He is studying marine systems engineering while maintaining a minor in mathematics, naval architecture and technical science.

He has received several academic honors and scholarships including the Presidential Achievement Award and Scholarship, the Distinguished Scholar Award and Scholarship, the Student Life Award and the Rear Admiral Warren C. Hamm Jr. Leadership Award.

Bohman is a two-time All-NAC first team and all-tournament choice, and he led the Terriers to three NAC championships. The defender appeared in 74 career games, including 73 starts, and he played in the New England Intercollegiate Soccer League Senior game. Bohman is a marketing management major who has a minor in international business. He has served as the men’s soccer representative on the Thomas Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Wynne was a four-year letter winner in cross-country and co-founded the men’s outdoor track team as it was elevated from club to varsity status last season. He captained both the cross-country and track teams and was selected to the NAC Outdoor Track and Field team.

Wynne earned the UMF coaches awards in cross-country and track last season. He finished second in the 400 meters at the NAC track championships this spring. He is a Dean’s List student and has served as an elementary education peer advisor and has volunteered for the UMF Relay for Life events.